London Lite Wednesday, 22 July 2009 17 BUSINESS CLASS We offer a diverse range of postgraduate business courses, including: MBA, Applied Economics, Digital Enterprise Management, Diversity & Equality, Finance & Accounting, Human Resource Management, Marketing Communications, Personnel & Development, and Purchasing & Supply Chain Management. Westminster Business School has over150 years experience of teaching within the business heart of London. We are the only university in London to have been awarded the status of CIPD Centre of Excellence. Our unique combination of courses and professional links puts us in a class of our own. EDUCATING FOR PROFESSIONAL LIFE For more information visit westminstermeansbusiness.com or call 020 7911 5000. classicoldiesandstartalksareeltreatforsomersethousecrowds whats on and when cruz is in control at capitals film fest Thursday 30 July, 9.15pm British premiere of Broken Embraces, introduced by Pedro Almodvar and Penlope Cruz Friday 31 July, 9.15pm Double Bill: Alien and Poltergeist, introduced by John Hurt Saturday 1 August, noon and 2pm Wallace & Gromit: A Matter Of Loaf And Death. Free drop-in family workshops on film- making from 11am to 4.30pm Saturday 1 August, 6.30pm Interview with Gurinder Chadha, writer/director of Bend It Like Beckham and Bride & Prejudice Sunday 2 August, 9.15pm Slumdog Millionaire, introduced by star Freida Pinto Wednesday 5 August, 9.15pm Nic Roegs Dont Look Now, introduced by Stephen Frears, director of Dangerous Liaisons Saturday 8 August, 9.15pm Raiders Of The Lost Ark, introduced by Paul Freeman -- who played Indiana Joness adversary Belloq PenloPe Cruz, John Hurt and Freida Pinto are among the big names of film taking part in an all-star series of talks and screenings at Somerset House. Directors Stephen Frears, nic roeg and Gurinder Chadha will join Slumdog Millionaire screenwriter Simon Beaufoy and editor Chris Dickens in the events as part of this years Film4 Summer Screen season, starting on Thursday next week. Cruz is to accompany Spanish director Pedro Almodvar at the British premiere of their latest film, Broken embraces, which launches this years open-air screenings next Thursday. F i l m 4 - f u n d e d S l u m d o g Millionaire, which will be intro- duced by its cast including Pinto, is one of the most recent films to feature in a line-up that also includes classics such as 1979s Alien, accompanied by a talk from Hurt, its star. Chadha, who directed Bend It like Beckham, will introduce and discuss her love for the 1961 movie West Side Story in a series called Behind The Screen. The sessions will also include inter- views with roeg, the veteran British director of Performance and The Man Who Fell to earth. Frears will introduce one of roegs most famous films, Dont look now, from 1971. There will be weekend family workshops during the 10-day festival, which ends on Saturday 8 August, and matine screenings of the most recent Wallace & Gromit movie, A Matter of loaf And Death. David Cox, channel editor of Film4, said he was pleased to continue the partnership with Somerset House, which was one of our most success- ful encounters with live audiences. Tickets for events are 12.95, or 16 for double bills and for Broken embraces, and are available online. Picnics are encouraged, and there will be a licensed bar. by georgina littejohn Slum-thing special: Slumdog Millionaire star Freida Pinto Screen dream: Penlope Cruz and, left, Somerset House index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html